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Biz brief: New vendors join Salisbury Antiques & Artifacts

SALISBURY – Four new shops are now open at Salisbury Antiques & Artifacts according to owners Harrison and Martha Smith. Those vendors include:

Robert Toth – Toth is a noted American artist whose gallery at Salisbury Antiques & Artifacts includes a variety of paintings, sculptures and mixed media pieces. He can often be found on-site to discuss his work.

Lillian Gascoigne – A Salisbury native and long-time purveyor of fine antiques and collectibles, Lillian Gascoigne will offer mall patrons an exquisite selection of books, paintings, porcelain, sterling, glassware and more.

Patt Legg – Legg is a local artist whose works are known for their rich, vivid color and texture. Her shop features original oil paintings and painted furniture, as well as collectibles. Legg, who also does commissioned portraits, can sometimes be found working from her space at the store.

Envintage – Pamela Thompson and Jacquelyn Jensen are the owners of Envintage, a charming, carefully- curated shop offering an assortment of vintage pieces to repurpose, reuse or reimagine. The mother-daughter duo have also handcrafted a number of items that are now available for holiday giving. 

Salisbury Antiques & Artifacts, located at 111 S. Main St. in downtown Salisbury, is open Fridays and Saturdays, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 704-762-9278.

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